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Creating Better CAD Drawings With The VisualMill CAM Software

Do you need to produce G-Codes, and already have a CAD software program? Then the VisualMill CAM STD is really something you should consider.   Your CNC Masters milling machines will read your codes and turn them into your parts into the designs that are laid out in your drawing.  When creating your CAD drawings,… Read more »

Introducing The CNC Baron Milling Machine

If you are looking for CNC Mill and looking for both efficiency and compact equipment at an excellent value, look no further than the CNC Baron Milling Machine. The first thing that’s great about it is its turn-key operation making it easy to learn how to use it. The CNC Baron Mill is also durable… Read more »

Five Reasons Why The CNC SUPRA Vertical Knee Milling Machine Works Wonders

The perfect milling machine isn’t always easy to find. Unnecessary assembly, overpriced equipment, and faulty parts are just a few of the many problems that arise when shopping around, and, unfortunately, the majority of machines are like that. But that shouldn’t be the case. And it’s not with the CNC SUPRA Vertical Knee Milling Machine…. Read more »

Why The CNC Masters 1340 Is Right For Your Business

When you’re in the manufacturing business, the last thing you can afford is time. A prolonged project stalls sales and clogs up the pipeline of productivity. It could even lead to outsourcing, which is an additional delay that will only eat up more money. That’s why you need equipment you can depend on to get… Read more »

Choosing the Right Materials for your CNC Lathe

Suitable for use with a wide variety of materials, CNC lathes make producing intricate designs during production runs possible through its programming capabilities. However, depending upon the material used in the lathe, certain maintenance steps, and safety precautions may be required, in addition to knowledge of how to handle different mediums. Obviously, for all lathe… Read more »

Tolerating Tight Tolerances

The Benchtop lathe is a mainstay for many machine shops, and it often must implement designs with tight tolerances. Tighter tolerance often translates into higher production costs, so finding the right balance between manufacturing cost control and producing the product as specified can be difficult. The Meaning of Machining Tolerance No matter how finely calibrated,… Read more »

Cool Down With the Right Coolant

Manufacturing with a 3 axis milling machine creates parts and components, and it generates heat. Without the correct coolant, machines break down, and prior to that happening, product quality suffers. Check the Levels Before Every Job Familiarize yourself with each machine’s coolant gauge. Most CNC machines have a coolant tank, which sits inside a housing…. Read more »

How “Made in the USA” Could Fall Apart

The gradual degradation of vocational education at the secondary school level in the United States has resulted in a severe shortage of skilled manufacturing workers. Where traditional and vocational high schools once graduated job-ready 18-year-olds with the skillsets and training to enter the workforce, vocational training has increasingly been farmed out to for-profit post-secondary educational… Read more »